Originally Posted by autoguy
Here is the video that my salesman made for me at the Speedway before I picked up my car......
As far as I know, the only way to prove it is a Festival car is by the registration, plate and parking sticker. If none of these are present, it will be hard to prove it truly is a Festival Car down the road. To me, this is a detriment to the future value of the car.
Most of these Festival cars had in the neighborhood of 2,000 miles when they were distributed to the dealers after the race. I have seen some with as much as high 3k miles, and the dealer where I bought mine had one with only 329 miles in their shop when I picked mine up.
It's all so confusing. I know that my car had 426 miles at pickup. Approximately 50 were put on it when the dealership brought it to a few local car shows to support our club. Kind of makes me wonder..... They took delivery in June, 2010..... Build date is May 10, 2010. Chances are only 1 in 294.. but....